01. The economy was in [chaos] after the announcement that the country was going to split up.
02. The first week of classes at university is a little [chaotic] because so many students get lost, change classes or go to the wrong place.
03. Downtown Boston is in [chaos] right now, with baseball fans going crazy over their team's loss in the World Series.
04. The whole country is in economic [chaos] because of the collapse of the government.
05. The atmosphere in the newsroom was [chaotic] in the last hour before the final election results were announced.
06. The city was in [chaos] during the riots that followed the arrest of a leading political dissident.
07. About 15 percent of all galaxies are irregular and have a [chaotic] appearance with large clouds of gas and dust mixed with both young and old stars.
08. When we look at a distant galaxy, we see it as it was soon after being formed from the [chaos] of the big bang.
09. Political analysts fear that the country will be thrown into [chaos] if the President resigns.
10. According to [chaos] theory, the beating of a butterfly's wings in China could trigger a series of reactions ultimately leading to a hurricane in South America.
11. Artist Paul Cezanne once said that we live in a rainbow of [chaos].
12. Life is very [chaotic] at times when you are working full time, and raising two young children.
13. The early years of independence were [chaotic] in Senegal, with droughts, economic problems and civil unrest.
14. In their battle of the year 60 A.D., the Romans' superiority of discipline and tactics assured them victory over the [chaotic] mass of the tribesmen living in Britain at that time.
15. After the war, the country went through a period of [chaos], with various warlords fighting for control.
16. In the mythology of India, the universe started out as a great [chaos] out of which all other creation was born.

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